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Poster: dvdric Date: Mar 27, 2004 5:16am
Forum: feature_films Subject: dracula or werewolf films

Will you be having classic horror films like dracula or wolfman films i dont know if they are public domain yet. it would be grate if you did the site is great by the way.

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Poster: WWWWolf Date: Mar 28, 2004 6:41am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: dracula or werewolf films

Yeah, someone please get the 1922 Nosferatu movie here. That might rule. The obscure movie everyone talks about but no one has seen. =)

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Poster: sommona.com Date: Mar 31, 2004 12:32pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: dracula or werewolf films

The one time it did see Nosferatu was at an All Hallows Eve party. There was a live band preforming to it. It was amazing. I'll ask around for who has a copy. Lets have a race to get this one on line.

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Poster: queengeek Date: Jun 19, 2004 4:56pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: dracula or werewolf films

If you check in your under 5.99 bin at Best Buy (assuming you are in the U.S. - if not, please excuse the assumption), you will find Nosferatu on DVD - the original 1921 (I think?) version. You'll also find a few other public domain titles like Night of the Living Dead.

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Poster: Foley Date: Jun 24, 2004 11:28am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: dracula or werewolf films

In the case of Nosferatu you could probably just go download it off kazaa. Technically if the copyrights are outdated its legal! How do you find out when movies like this turn public domain.

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Poster: cashel Date: Mar 27, 2004 3:08pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: dracula or werewolf films

In February, I viewed the 1930 film of Dracula and was impressed and enjoyed it. OK the 74 year old film creaked a few times, but then again many modern films are creaky soon after their first birthday. In view of the film,s age it seems feasible for it be in public domain and if so, it could be legally downloaded from one of the filesharing sites where I have seen it listed BUT. I have no knowledge of its legal status